Das BUG auf einen Blick
Name, registered office, address and year of foundation
Office for the Implementation of Equal Treatment eV (BUG)
Registered office: 10405 Berlin
Address: Greifswalder Str. 4
Founded: April 18, 2009
The Office for the Implementation of Equal Treatment is a non-profit association.
Articles of Association and information on the goals of our organization
Information on tax benefits
According to the last notice of exemption from the Berlin tax office dated November 13, 2019, which we received, the BUG is exempt from corporate income tax in accordance with Section 5 (1) No. 9 KStG and from trade tax in accordance with Section 3 No. 6 GewStG because they exclusively and directly serve tax-privileged charitable purposes within the meaning of §§ 51 et seq. AO.
You can view the notification here .
In addition, the notice of compliance with the statutory requirements can be found here .
Name and function of key decision-makers
The Board of Directors manages the business of the association. dr Rainer Nickel is Chairman of the Management Board. dr Alexander Tischbirek is deputy chairman of the board and Clara Hofmann is treasurer.
The last entry in the register of associations of the District Court of Charlottenburg was made on August 29th, 2011.
The members of the BUG
The BUG prepares annual activity reports for the board and its members.
The BUG has mostly volunteers. Some of them complete a temporary internship.
Information on the origin and use of funds
Audit report of the cash auditor 2020
Audit report of the cash auditor 2019
Audit report of the cash auditor 2018
Audit report of the cash auditor 2017
Audit report of the cash auditor 2016
Audit report of the cash auditor 2015
Audit report of the cash auditor 2014
Audit report of the cash auditor 2013
Audit report of the cash auditor 2012
Audit report of the cash auditor 2011
Audit report of the cash auditor 2010
Audit report of the cash auditor 2009
Here you will find the data protection declaration of the BUG.
Social affiliations with third parties
The BUG works in an area that requires close exchange and cooperation with associations of people and groups of people affected by discrimination. These are predominantly national associations that represent the interests of the 6 groups named in the AGG, but also trade unions, denominational associations and all organizations that are active in the field of equal treatment and protection against discrimination. Here, the BUG attaches great importance to networking that aims to strengthen common concerns without entering into a competitive situation.
In August 2013, the BUG received consultative status with the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) of the United Nations (UN) and can now contribute to the work of the UN committees dealing with equal treatment and non-discrimination. This was confirmed by the ECOSOC four-yearly report of 01/29/2018.
Since January 2015, the BUG has been a recognized association that is allowed to support and conduct lawsuits within the framework of Section 13 (3) of the Disability Equality Act.
The BUG has been funded by various foundations since it was founded. Current sponsors can be found here .